Snowy Corn Harvest Problems

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Millennial Farmer

11 oy oldin

Harvesting Corn in the Snow is Problematic. We take a delivery of a new Capello Corn header to try in the downed corn. #HARVEST19
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Fikrlar
charlir wood
charlir wood Kun oldin
how much for head
Kacen Bray
Kacen Bray 23 kun oldin
Are harvest is going bad One of All the wagons wrote down and now we only have one auger wagon in the combine has just stopped for about 10 minutes for the auger wagon pet alone
Mississippi Mud Team
Mississippi Mud Team Oy oldin
“must be a pioneer cob” 😂😂
Alex evans
Alex evans Oy oldin
Watching this in 2020 @2:15 has me wondering how the corn will like this year
Travis Allen
Travis Allen Oy oldin
I did
Bennie Gant
Bennie Gant 2 oy oldin
V
Bryson Young
Bryson Young 2 oy oldin
Couldn’t you bush hog the down corn besides taking a change at plugging everything up in the combine
Jesse Nagler
Jesse Nagler 2 oy oldin
5:09 Ernst impressions are hugely underrated.
SCOTT WAYNE SR
SCOTT WAYNE SR 2 oy oldin
Thunder storm came thru Iowa & flattened a LOT of corn 8/10/20.
Saad al-shammri
Saad al-shammri 5 oy oldin
2019 2019 2019 2019 Who wants it back? 😅✋🏻
Matt Peacock
Matt Peacock 6 oy oldin
🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽makin it grain 🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽
Gaming vlog Gaming vlog
Gaming vlog Gaming vlog 6 oy oldin
I like your farm!
Justin Bates
Justin Bates 7 oy oldin
Iam in MN
Joseph Burkhalter
Joseph Burkhalter 8 oy oldin
I don’t know why you are making such a big deal out of a little cold and a little snow. I watched Mike Bloomberg on TV say he could teach anyone to be a farmer. All they had to do is dig a little hole, drop in a seed and a little water and bingo...you are done...up comes a corn stalky. He must be right, he said all you need is a little more grey matter to be a successful farmer. Why aren’t you in Florida for the winter yet? If you are short handed I could give you a couple of hours next week. That should be long enough to learn all about farming. Oh....by the way......who loaned you all those big machines. Wow ...bet they cost at least 20 thou each. And you broke the red one with the long armie things. Oh! Do you always work at night with the bright lights? Set your alarm clocks a little earlier and go to work at 8 or 9 am like the rest of us. It’s time you farmers starting putting a full days work like Mike does. If you need any additional advice or have any questions about. Eco farming or maximizing your crop yields, I can help when I get back from vacation in a couple weeks. Best regards. JoeB
A Zarkos
A Zarkos 9 oy oldin
I'm curious about the problems and delays that snow and ice cause on the combines during the harvest. At 2:30 your talkin about ice dams at the Feeder House and the fact that the ice will form and block the corn from feeding into the Feeder House. The amount of time that is wasted having to take the combine back to the shop to thaw it out, is crazy! Have the engineers at Deere or any other manufacturer of headers done anything to rectify this? Are there any deice or heating elements that could be applied to or attached to the header to keep those vital parts from collecting ice? From my unqualified seat here, somebody fell asleep at the design meeting. The example of this tech comes from my experience in aviation. Aircraft encounter icing events all the time and to alleviate this they have deice boots which inflate slightly to break up the ice or leading edge of the wings are heated by either engine heat/exhaust. There are also deice fluids that might be useful. I cant help but believe that there is a paralleled use case for this kind of application that would save you time and money. Just a thought! I could be wrong! To Zack and all farmers, thanks for what you do and what you provide. Idaho appreciates ya!
Robert Fay
Robert Fay 9 oy oldin
*The continual STRIVING you and all farmers call forth in the face of weather's varying assaults is so very impressive and should be lauded, repeatedly, by all of our nation's peoples. Thank you for the huge effort that arrives from your valiant hearts, day after day, after day, year in and year out. Ooorah! ||| I have read somewhere that (purportedly) the new 5G repeaters have generators that are amplifying 10,000 times higher output than is needed to support the new 5G cells phones AND is actually a hidden and clandestine methodology for producing Weather Change nationally, such as producing tornado in the middle of January ! ! ! [ > > > have you and the organized farmers of America ever considered looking into whether or not what i have read is actually true (sorry i can not find the article now) . . . and if so, how that will/may be used to drive forward bankruptcies so that corporate/globalists can better take control of America's sovereignty by then gaining control of its food production? < < < ]*
Brad Hiebert
Brad Hiebert 9 oy oldin
I work for a farmer just north of the border, in fact we are right on the border. We farm 5000 acres of canola, wheat, soy beans and corn. I watch your videos and I can totally relate. I have videos of combining in blizzards where I could not see the combines so I would have to keep track of who I emptied last and find him and follow unless his header was plugged with mud. We have 640 acres of corn that we have to combine in spring. We're hoping for a much better 2020. Love your videos although I love red tractors and yellow combines.
Ronnie Hill
Ronnie Hill 9 oy oldin
Is it common for some of a farmer's fields to be 5 miles apart from each other? I know that doesn't sound that far really, but he's made reference to that in several videos.
D Grass
D Grass 9 oy oldin
You guys are having just to much fun...I know i know.. Break downs ,flat tires , no sleep , pissed off people, cold, running noses, getting stuck, working shot handed, cleaning up the shops, freezing up tractors, and that's just a few ? Thank you farmers for letting us see just a little of what you go through.. Texas
Mark Jorgensen
Mark Jorgensen 10 oy oldin
I'm not a farmer, I was raised on a farm in SE SD it's always in your blood. Last lived on a farm 1967
Barbara Stedillie
Barbara Stedillie 10 oy oldin
Really enjoyed this one. I enjoy them all , but some a bit more than others!
Bo Weavil
Bo Weavil 10 oy oldin
And by the way..... I noticed the Ernest Goes to Camp reference of "Eeewwwww" with the jaw movement at 5:09. Good stuff.
Massimo Pecile
Massimo Pecile 10 oy oldin
For the first time me too i harvest corn in zero celcius condition, after 20 minutes i noticed i pick up the corn but the tank stay empty, i frozed up the sieves.. how mf keep going in those condition? Someone can help me?
Sax Berlin
Sax Berlin 10 oy oldin
So some kind of heating element inside the bar. That would be a good addition.
Joe Blow
Joe Blow 10 oy oldin
We had it bad, too. It was late planting I think for everybody. Had to wait a few days here and there for snow - got it all in before it got bad, though. Potatoes got a little frost bit, early spring rain was so hard it washed out the herbacides so there was tons of nightshade in the beans. The only thing that went right was the corn. Now there's 2ft plus of snow on the ground... Wyoming....
FurryKing19
FurryKing19 10 oy oldin
are there really cars buried out in those fields?
Scott Bowyer
Scott Bowyer 11 oy oldin
I still havent seen, where are these guys from?
gone rydin
gone rydin 11 oy oldin
The best corn we picked this year got snowed on twice after planting.
CaliforniaCheez
CaliforniaCheez 11 oy oldin
You have to start putting in some cover crops to take care of the mud. You have nothing growing between the corn rows. You will have better traction driving on plants that take up some of that moisture and help infiltration. Stop all tillage and you won't have those erosion problems.
Josh Hardyman
Josh Hardyman 11 oy oldin
I was wondering how many acres you running?
Tom Hull
Tom Hull 11 oy oldin
You should go all Canadian on the Deere and get the blow torch out and melt that ice.
David Kehoe
David Kehoe 11 oy oldin
*sighs* OK BOOMER
James Hutt
James Hutt 11 oy oldin
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Robert Jackson
Robert Jackson 11 oy oldin
Micro climate impacts tree growth. National labs is doing. SoIL analysis. Many organisms they are finding that are new. Are seeing plant stock take in 40% less oxen e on and more co2. A change in global warming. Climate change - warmer climate moving north into Canada improving harvest cycle. Curious about your area yield do to climate. We have 4 salmon hatteries also that engineer five species of salmon we co manage with the state of WA. Habitat is is important for trees and salmon.
RIDICULOGAN
RIDICULOGAN 11 oy oldin
My god that sing was loud
Connor Gallagher
Connor Gallagher 11 oy oldin
Where inMontana are u located?
Diego020383
Diego020383 11 oy oldin
Capello is made in Italy 🇮🇹 Not so far from me 👍
Thegaminglapras
Thegaminglapras 11 oy oldin
more food for the deer!
Mike Sidebottom
Mike Sidebottom 11 oy oldin
ERNEST WAS MY FAV
Stanley "Dirt Monkey" Genadek
Stanley "Dirt Monkey" Genadek 11 oy oldin
I think we are in for a tough winter here in MN, awesome video, thanks !
Jordan Pieske
Jordan Pieske 11 oy oldin
The ernest scared stupid "EwWwWwWwWwW" when staring at the dirty combine was the best part hahaha
Jeff Schweitzer
Jeff Schweitzer 11 oy oldin
Small Dairy Farmer 33 years old from Ohio. Glad you spotlighted dairy farms in your podcast. You are right a main issue is mega dairies hiring lower cost immigrant workers and flooding the market with to much milk which is knocking out a lot of good small family dairy farms. America does not have to have immigrant workers to do jobs in America. Pay an American a fair wage and they will work. The price of milk hasn't went up for many years. Look in the grocery store the price of water compared to the price of milk. There is way more value in milk than water but price doesn't reflect that. On sidenote I'm not a fan of potatoes either. Me and my boy love watching your videos keep them coming.
Leandro Augusto Moraes De Mello
Leandro Augusto Moraes De Mello 11 oy oldin
I'm from Brazil, I received a video on WhatsApp from the USA, as machines that were in the field and I spent the night in the fields and no video was shown as machines that were selected overnight with the industrial isolated. Why do you do this so as not to break like cold parts and freeze machine fluids?
Ray crazyraysplace
Ray crazyraysplace 11 oy oldin
Love watching your videos. As a young teen I worked on my uncle's farm in Wisc. I'm 70 Now. What a change. Open cabs no computers. Just fun to see the farming changes.
Riley Christian
Riley Christian 11 oy oldin
it's amazing when you are so used to small the small 100 hp tractors, and 50-75 acres per day sounds like a ton, but for you it's nothing.
jon snow
jon snow 11 oy oldin
Just found your channel.. i cant stop watching
Keith Krone
Keith Krone 11 oy oldin
All of that shit looks so expensive.
ken birkin
ken birkin 11 oy oldin
I WONDER IF J. DEERE stays open all night in harvest season ?
Millennial Farmer
Millennial Farmer 11 oy oldin
They are on call 24/7 but close at 9 PM
Kathy Malaspina
Kathy Malaspina 11 oy oldin
Millennial Farmer Fan! You guys have it rough!! We were small family farmers...I cannot imagine a operation like you run.
Millennial Farmer
Millennial Farmer 11 oy oldin
We're a family operation too! Just Dad and me full time
jasonike13
jasonike13 11 oy oldin
Anyone had experience with FlexFinger crop lifters or corn pans for downed corn?
Joe Horvath
Joe Horvath 11 oy oldin
It would be interesting to hear about your tillage strategy and to give people an idea of how many passes you make total till/plant/spray/combine, etc. I vaguely remember being on my grandpa’s farm as a kid and I remember stalk chopping, rip, disk/harrow but he also did some no till stuff and seamed to have good luck with it
Mark R
Mark R 11 oy oldin
8;53,,,looks ok but I would rather see a trump flag 🏁,,,
Stacey Ellis
Stacey Ellis 11 oy oldin
If only John Deere had a twin rotor combine
Stephen
Stephen 11 oy oldin
Agreed, the New Holland TR series worked well, and John Deere one could work well too.
Layton Anderson
Layton Anderson 11 oy oldin
You should do a video where you’re only aloud to talk every 3 minutes and when you talk it has to be something stupid.
Kasey Okay
Kasey Okay 11 oy oldin
The Ernest scared Stupid "Eweweww" 😄😄😄
Everett
Everett 11 oy oldin
THUNDERRRR!
Marshall Simmers
Marshall Simmers 11 oy oldin
Why isn’t he posting
ProFett MohaMett
ProFett MohaMett 11 oy oldin
Greata must be wrong.
CHRIS GMAN
CHRIS GMAN 11 oy oldin
I drove by your place today. How neat is that. Lots of corn still standing 11/10/19. #favchannel
Jr Barn
Jr Barn 11 oy oldin
Go Cowboys!!
Paul Anderson
Paul Anderson 11 oy oldin
The problem here in Northern Iowa is shortage of propane. Elevators are out and full of wet corn. Farmers with dryers are at a standstill. A lot of corn is still in the fields and was planted late and is wet. I'm waiting for our local to start taking corn, they been waiting 10 days to get propane and are completely out.
FashionalFlyer
FashionalFlyer 11 oy oldin
Zach, A small tip that we found to help pick up/bring in down corn and reduce head plugging is to put your gathering chains in sync. I see yours are currently offset. I don't think there is an actual "correct"way to have them. But after putting ours in sync we had no more plugs between the snouts. #iowa2019harvestsuckstoo
Lyn Wessel
Lyn Wessel 11 oy oldin
Last time we combined a lot in snow we had a 9770. 23 degrees was about the temperature limit at night or when cloudy.Sunshine it probably needs to be colder.
iBelieve
iBelieve 11 oy oldin
Sup
Zero Quanta
Zero Quanta 11 oy oldin
Do you have any info on YOUR state and whether "ALL" the crops are getting out of the Field?
Zero Quanta
Zero Quanta 11 oy oldin
@david crowe Central lower Michigan. I have been driving an Hour in four directions and 70 percent of fields NOT harvested, corn and bean. (3 inches of snow on ground, consistent under freezing temps.) WHY, crops still in the fields,,,,,, Because of a LOT of RAIN,,,!!! and because the smaller farmers NO longer have their own harvesters, they pay the BIG farms to come and do it. Soooo they are LAST on the list AFTER the Big Farmer does his. This is a BIG MISTAKE. Roller Coaster Weather WILL continue and get WORSE,,,, across the U.S .A and Everyone needs to get ready,,,!!!!!!!!!!!!
david crowe
david crowe 11 oy oldin
A week ago I went from mpls to granite falls mn. And I would say around 60 percent left to harvest
Talisman1957
Talisman1957 11 oy oldin
Did ja see - Leg Arms broke his Deere.... Good thing you didn't hire him :o)
monkfoobar
monkfoobar 11 oy oldin
Ole Posthole
Boris Fett
Boris Fett 11 oy oldin
When its so good to be cold
Eli Schultes
Eli Schultes 11 oy oldin
Brother is helping with sugar beets in western MN. He says it’s tough wet.
Stephen
Stephen 11 oy oldin
Sugar beets haven't been good where we are, we had a freeze which hurt, but didn't loose too much. We havent had a very reliable beet lifter which doesnt help.
Paul Aglet
Paul Aglet 11 oy oldin
Got my fix today, thanks!
ghostdevill
ghostdevill 11 oy oldin
Folding hedders look and work great, till you hit something then it becomes a pain in the ass!
Hector Alvarez
Hector Alvarez 11 oy oldin
Dose ur Naighboor the dairy farmer have a UZpost channel that I can check out???
Michael Kinser
Michael Kinser 11 oy oldin
Did anyone else catch the Earnest P. Worrell reference?
Brant Martin
Brant Martin 11 oy oldin
Got it!
Fran Rautiola
Fran Rautiola 11 oy oldin
You farmers sure are at the mercy of the weather, not enough rain too much rain, snow when not needed, I guess when the going gets tough the tough farmers get going.
Joe Morken
Joe Morken 11 oy oldin
So my question is who does the flat corn belong to? Channel of FBN? My guess is FBN.
Millennial Farmer
Millennial Farmer 11 oy oldin
Incorrect.
Jack Collins
Jack Collins 11 oy oldin
Where do you get all your flags like the farmers first one?
YourPalDaniel
YourPalDaniel 11 oy oldin
Hello! You’re videos are addictive and enjoyable to watch sincerely a Vineyard Farmer from Australia! 👨‍🌾 🤠🇦🇺🇺🇸
Stephane Groen
Stephane Groen 11 oy oldin
Hi Zack, Very. Ice video again. As a non farmer in France, I appreciate very much your explanations and sense of humour. You can check this video of corn harvest in the southwest of France (Bordeaux Wines area), where you will see that the conditions are rough as well : uzpost.info/vision/video/auCy09Rmn32plIU.html Enjoy! Best regards from Paris. Stéphane G
Shane Feher
Shane Feher 11 oy oldin
My off the husk podcast this week on iTunes had audio from FBN interviewing an agronomist for 15 minutes. It didn’t correspond to the description. Anyone else have this issue.
Shane Feher
Shane Feher 11 oy oldin
Thanks. I use iTunes. I had to go back into the played episodes and it shows that the episode now 1 hour 13 minutes. iTunes must not do anything to notify someone if an episode is updated or changed after its been played. Thanks for letting me know it’s fixed. Our whole family really enjoys both the UZpost channel and both of your podcasts.
Millennial Farmer
Millennial Farmer 11 oy oldin
That should be fixed now? If it's not, what platform are you using?
Eric Fowler
Eric Fowler 11 oy oldin
Hey Zach awesome video man
Ennio 83
Ennio 83 11 oy oldin
Capello e Una Fabbrica Italiana che Produce Testate Per Combine.
landwirtschaft_jakob
landwirtschaft_jakob 11 oy oldin
Are you at the agritechnika in Hannover, Germany ? The biggest Farmingequipment show of the world?
veccyvxr
veccyvxr 11 oy oldin
6:20 I thought he was never going to leave.
Linus Vanpelt
Linus Vanpelt 11 oy oldin
what happened to the folding corn header action? did not see any.. maybe you needed to ask it if it was ok..
Anthony Sanchez
Anthony Sanchez 11 oy oldin
That's a badass Lloyd Christmas hair cut.
jim p
jim p 11 oy oldin
Zach watch PA farmer on you tube , thats in my neck of the woods, 189 to 225 acre corn yield
john johnerd
john johnerd 11 oy oldin
Can u run the graincart some time?
Eric Jansen
Eric Jansen 11 oy oldin
Folding header from Italy??
Stephen Seed
Stephen Seed 11 oy oldin
Really enjoy these vids, I thought I knew what cold was being a 'limey' but wow respect to you and all farmers, keep up the good work and these wonderful video's.
David Lee
David Lee 11 oy oldin
I remember years ago finished drying started seeding the following day
Ron Hancock
Ron Hancock 11 oy oldin
Do you put kerosene in your diesel fuel if you would makes it 70 Diesel 30% kerosene you wouldn’t have that freezing problem I do know I Minnesota trucking companies Ron 60% diesel and 40% kerosene when it gets real cold below zero in Tennessee they run 70% diesel and 30% kerosene you’ll be amazed at how it won’t freeze and if you put the pencil to it it’s cheaper than at Additives just let me know what you think and what you’re doing
Kev B
Kev B 11 oy oldin
Hey keep up the great videos always good to see we aren't the only ones that have issues at times . just makes it more fun!!
Rockport1911
Rockport1911 11 oy oldin
Good thing TopGear tested out if Harvesters make good snow vehicles years ago :) I alwys imagine harvesting being those long hot summer days ou with the AC cranked up, but this sure does look different. Time to test the heater on those things :)
Taylor Alldredge
Taylor Alldredge 11 oy oldin
Agreed on the Grain Dryers at Night with the Steam Rolling Out Of Them.
Jacob Anderson
Jacob Anderson 11 oy oldin
Zach: “I thought [Brian] would never leave!”
Fs19Farmer07
Fs19Farmer07 11 oy oldin
where's the 9650? you should put a 6 row corn head on it and have two combines going
spectremuffin
spectremuffin 11 oy oldin
Thunderrrrrr
B H
B H 11 oy oldin
10:45 50 more bushels an acre? That almost can't be!
David Alexander
David Alexander 11 oy oldin
not a farmer love your vlogs it is great to see were the food comes from corn soybean bio
David Alexander
David Alexander 11 oy oldin
you pull the cart or hydrilks pull it
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